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Author(s): Thomas A Boogaart
Neoliberal globalization and technological time-compression have combined to alter the physics of history, breaking down the black box of the nation-state and creating a space for reconsidering postwar history from a transnational perspective. Thematic chapters explore global themes like the Cold War, decolonization and globalization from a planetary scale, while world regional chapters explore how transnational phenomena intersect with local institutions and culture.
Author(s): Scott Behson, Stephen Bear
We get it - you've been burned by team projects before. We Hate Team Projects! A Friendly, Useful Guide for College Student Teams provides practical advice and easy-to-use templates to help you avoid common team problems, do better work, have less stress, and have more fun.
Author(s): STEPHANIE VIGIL, Colleen A McMahon
Take an honest look at yourself. What are you saying to the world, both online and off?
Answering this one question can unlock the door to many new opportunities in your life. Only you can answer this question, because truthfully most people won’t be honest with you when it comes to how they really perceive you. That is why you need to create a Reputation by Design. This vital and deliberate plan puts you on the path to success, both personally and professionally.
Author(s): Andrew Alexander
Philosophizing: Creating a World of Ideas is a special book. It introduces students to philosophy in a balanced way. With regard to the approach to learning, it balances content and method. With respect to content, it balances a problem centered approach with an historical emphasis. With regard to the selected problems, it balances theoretical issues with practical issues. With respect to the assignments, it balances individual reflection with social collaboration.
Author(s): John Salamone
It has been more than more than half a century since the “Psychopharmacology Revolution” swept through modern society, radically changing mental health practice, and altering the way people view psychiatric disorders.
Author(s): Lana Zinger, Alicia Sinclair
Drs. Zinger and Sinclair bring you the most recent, evidenced-based academic book on nutrition.
This edition of Nutrition: Apples to Zinc includes:
Author(s): Barbara Breaden
Speaking to Persuade views controversy as constructive rather than obstructive. Framing persuasion as a cooperative act based on dialectical interchange between speakers and listeners, this text provides a roadmap for achieving productive civic engagement in democratic societies, however polarized they may be.
This fourth edition again translates theory into practice, first by emphasizing invention and critical thinking to formulate ideas, and second by advancing practice in the rhetorical canons:
Author(s): Lior Gideon
Mastering research methods and designs should be a top priority of all students and scholars who are driven by curiosity and strive to acquire and advance knowledge.
Author(s): William T. Hoston
Listen to Me Now, or Listen to Me Later: A Memoir of Academic Success for College Students provides college students with key strategies and methods for achieving academic success. It gives advice to students on how to approach and handle trials and tribulations, gain self-awareness, and become an active learner while in college. This is an important read for students that need motivation to stay the path and complete their college education.
Author(s): Sharon Bramlett Solomon , Meta Carstarphen
Race, Gender, Class, and Media invites students to explore critical aspects of diversity in media. It introduces students to issues of diversity as represented in the U.S. news, film/television, advertising, and public relations industries. It probes foundations, concepts, and practices in media representation of race, gender, and class in America.